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Simon Appleton (NZCFS Website Admin)


A communist in the Family, searching for Rewi Alley

Author Elspeth Sandys has now been to four launches for her just published book, “A communist in the family, searching for Rewi Alley” which... Read more

Traveling in the Way of the Tao

It is estimated that there are over 200 million believers in China. This is indicative of the depth of spiritual belief that China has to of... Read more

Hamilton Branch Zealong Tea Estate Tour

On Saturday, 6 July 2019, 20 members of the Hamilton Branch enjoyed a tour through the Zealong Tea Estate on the outskirts of the Hamilton C... Read more

Teachers wanted

Shandan Bailie School The school will move to its new campus with a higher status. Continuing our very close association over many years,... Read more

Nelson Branch February Newsletter

XIN NIÁN KUÀI LÈ! Happy New Year! We hope that everyone has had a restful and enjoyable Christmas and New Year and are now looking forw... Read more

My thoughts on the NZ-China Relationship

  DON’T PANIC 不要惊慌 (Bùyào jīnghuāng)   Over the past several months I have been asked by many people to comment on the New Zealand – C... Read more

Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

Helping people to travel overseas to learn from others and study topics that will advance their occupation, trade, industry, profession or c... Read more

Auckland Event: The Story of City and People

Auckland Event -12 February @ 5.30pm The Story of City and People - NZCFS Urban Development Delegation to China 2018 reports back A GROU... Read more

Dunedin NZCFS – February Newsletter 2019

In this newsletter: * COMING UP   AGM and … * Happy New Year. Year of the Pig * President’s Plea * Congratulations * China Tour … * I... Read more

NZCFS Center China Tour 2018

Another year has passed with another successful NZCFS tour. Our 2018 tour took its participants to explore the center of China. As with all ... Read more

Chinese New Year is coming

The Luna New Year (aka the Chinese New Year) is almost upon us. Every year the date of the Chinese New Year changes, this is because it is l... Read more